WHO WE
ARE

Ruban Rose Foundation is a breast cancer advocacy non-profit organization...

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MISSION &
VISION

We endeavor to give breast cancer patients Hope and ensure they lead a Dignified life...

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WALKING
THE TALK

One defining issue about care for many breast cancer patients, is the prohibitive cost of...

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WHOM WE
ASSIST

Being committed to bringing together individuals and organizations concerned...

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Support The Cause

Make a contribution to our fund today no matter how small, for in Kiswahili (our national language) there is a saying: “Haba na haba hujaza kibaba” translated to mean “a little donation at a time fills the bag”.

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Min: Ksh 500

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Our Activities

Tumaini Rider

Founder & Managing Trustee of Ruban Rose Foundation, Tessie

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Calendar Girls, Kenya

A unique 15 month calendar & a fund raising initiative

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Beneficiaries & Survivors

A beneficiary of Ruban Rose Foundation with Kenyan Media

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UPCOMING EVENTS

AWARENESS OF BREAST CANCER TO ALL WOMEN

Previous Events

Unveiling of Calendar Girls, Kenya

The Ruban Rose Foundation Kenya Awareness

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MP Shah Hospital

One of Our Patient Visitation

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Kenyatta Hospital

Second Visit, Children Ward

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Nairobi Hospice

Tumaini Rider, Cancer Patients Transport

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Kenyatta Hospital

First Visit Presenting A cheque

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Join our campaign

Empowering women, men, and youth to live a dignified hope filled life.

Our Partners

Dr. Alice Musibi
Oncologist, Aga Khan University Hospital
Director, ELEWA Cancer Foundation

“Early diagnosis, timely referral of patients (with suspected cancer) and implementation of screening programs in the community are some of the most important issues in breast and cervical cancers because we know they have an impact in cancer outcomes.”

Dr. Sitna Ali
Oncologist, Aga Khan University Hospital

" Early screening for breast cancer saves lives and reduces cost of treatment "



Dedicated Volunteers

Frank Faraji

Miranda Ransley

Volunteers

  • Early detection saved my life! I have never missed a mammogram since turning 40 and my April 1 mammogram was my first time using the 3D machine.

    Selestine Achieng

  • I had my first mammogram at age 40. I had no family history of cancer but I did what my Dr. Told me to do. On my 3rd mammogram at age 42 they thought they saw something.

    Ann Njenga

  • In February of 2015, I was diagnosed with stage IV metastatic breast cancer. I had just turned 22 years old. Attending college, working, and engaged to my high school sweetheart

    Agnes Nasimiyu

  • would just like to show you how far my mum has come in 2 years! She was diagnosed with stage 3 invasive ductal carcinoma in 2013.

    Joy Rotich

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